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WEDDINGS. ALDRIDGE—PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 April 1914

WEDDINGS. ALDRIDK1)-PAC(01, A quiet but pretty wedding wNa colebrated on Haturdiy evening, 28th March, by the ]hov. (', 1. Lmnnble, at St. Stophen';; Church of England, n(ichmond, when Mr. Erneiit Aldrid,,e;, youngeiKt non of the late Mr. Thof, and MrA Aldridge, g of "lionigvin," Hprlngilhurit, wN mitimrrlied; to Mimi Amolia 'nage, eldeit daughter of the lato Mr. lltckall Plage rnd Mn;. Thomna, of Ilruniiick, 'The bride, who wvail .iv(enl away by her brotiher, Mr. It. PIage, looked exceedinrly nice i'n her rpho of whittr piletto ainl court train, prettily triiimed wit tiny satin roie; an nd pearls. An em broidered tulle veil and wrcetli of orrange lilotinioni w iro worn, alt)o the Ibridegroo(im'ti gift,, n handi;ion) petld ant. 'he , bride carried a lovely thlower holuqilit, tied with blrodl white satin itr'eniaerr. 'The brider' nnaidfl were lMil; llratrice 'ITho'limn and lMitin Annil Aldridgti; bothl wort whito crepe-de-chin lo frrck nd iltuillo caps; al;so the bridegroorm'i) giti-...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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GIBSON—COOPER. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 April 1914

01880SN--COOPER.~ (On lImnter lMonrlny at St, topheUl' (IhurIch oif ~IIIntl d, ltichinolnd, Mr, Alexanmlder (ihon, yoniigClltl non of Mr11. (Acorge (ilson, o 0 Wlangaraltt , w aa married to Mh e Mar C(o(oper, hl~lent dliughteri of Mr i and the l[ate Mr. ''hontmn (Coopl', of larclay Street, Ilenalla. The crermoly was porlormeI d Iby thle 1 ov. U. ]E. Lain bl1,

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CAUSE OF CANCER. NEW YORK, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 April 1914

CAIUSEI OF CAN:'lHl, NEW YOlRK, 'lhurdlay Night,.. Dr, Wi||lliam J. Mayo, I'rcsideln of tho America) Siur'gial A,;~uoihiion, hais de idlor l norta nt1 ~nretion in respect to cancer, 11I co.nt nti tha t.his dread discnne ii directly duc to oatling too Imttch mleat of lo eat.inlg hadtly cooketd mneat.

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GERMAN SOLDIERS' SUICIDE. BERLIN, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 April 1914

BERIN, Tihtraday Night, An inquiry held into theo uicide of two soliers, who jumped unmlder a train at Neipse, in prueuia, reveal ed once again the bruitality to which privatee in the Gernin army are I omelti ilest H1 lhjcc, ted. It ap pea r tihat, these nmne were orderlios., T e gIeneral, whomn they sl·rvled, \iO inll the, haiit ot f wlinig them in the middle oi the night by Ioling ice waitlr overi their homb;.l; 'The men et ood this treiattment, for a long time, ottl olle night recently they ho',ed light, iearing that thely woult he secverely plniehed for their display of spirit, tlhe pair re solved to colmmit suicide togetl.heir.

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DR. ALFRED NOYES. NEW YORK, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 April 1914

Dr, Aril FIDI) NOYICS. NEW YORK, 'Thursday Night. Dr, Alfrocl Noyes, tho English lit toratour and poet, has beenC elected visiting Professor of lEnglish at the Prlincton University, New Jcrsey.

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NEW HEBRIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 April 1914

NISY/ Illtillul)148., ;? J' l ? l ] ,,|J ,J ,,,,, .h'. VWillian. A, (happle, a New Zeahander, who sit,? in the? lHou?] of Co?mo'n, s tibe?aal membet' flo' -t irli'ighire, astked to-day for informatiotn in reg'rdI to the An glo rel(cllh (onlI'firenc? on thel New lileb ride?. In reply, -ir lSdwvrd (hay, Hecretary for Mt?ate lot 'oreigtn Af mirmi said ho op?d that the cotier ellce would meet ilhoitly. T'Ph A nt tal'a and tool ew Zeatlndl (hovern mont.s had notf beten inv'ite~d t(o trnd representatitve, lt they hald been assuredl that they iwould Ihe inform edl before inty new aI?'t.retfclleet inl ntOl'rc(l ilpon.

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"SNOWY" BAKER. LONDON, Thursday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 April 1914

"'N)YWY" IIlA -L. iA)NI)(iN, 'l'huralyv Miilight, 'ltle Nationail ir i'lIlg (.luh to" night. eintertaiied Mr. I.1, I,, ltaker, ii iiiiilic t~ the .\Atlrlianl HoxIg IplrlmllOel, atL ). I/h.lalluttlet. O il (ilcl- ---'Ile f'ien l ' i I . I ) r . I'. illiott, .n of ,r, i m l hil l ' . T, |. lio~t, of Ituthergh'le , "iii be l )lea 1d to heItIr thit. o tihe tih March, ie \wat, (orda/iled ii p)liet': of th(e |(lantall .tholi 'hurc'h lby the Ilhithopl ( h l| t otfl \v )l li ii,,ll+ |Ill I il,(it' Illll)l'y lt Dl irieey. luither Elliitct ho jilinel lie iiiaued I eajI Oiilii uiii haeeoie ho petliing li liidtoay ui ehr llil Ildshiii i r uli li 9' eiiig Pr e v i o) u l t o) ; t~u dl y in l ( o rl h t o y o r dl cri iathel r ,llli.. r csided in Iuuh olgleln, and W \,'t at p ulatrl yu n ')ll} IIl III. nmlhlow lia diy Co ,.-'-'lh Iictori held their imonthly ,ee, tinug on 8th mIH() ,, w(he Mr, JI. SHtwalt. \was III0 an~im ul)I;.y re (,l(,ted( (h'airmanll () D) ect irn f)r ltle , ilina ylie I I )e ...

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GRAY CHALLENGES INMAN. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 April 1914

GRAY O1IAl bNlJN(Url 8 iNMAhN. LIOND)ON, i'ridnyS George Gia~y haH chi~clglll'l~l Me~l bourno Iniflahl, tho Ilillii al (ltflplOliIn to a mnitch of IXOaUt ''p. (Irny pI~rh I)OSCY n ddel-Wage' uf Iit heil CSt) 11r

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DUNNE—REID. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 April 1914

DUNNE—REID.   A quiet, wedding was celebrated at St. Patrick's Church, Wangaratta, at 7.30 o'clock on Easter Monday morning, the contracting parties be- ing Mr. John Dunne, of Springhurst, third son of Mr. and Mrs James   Dunne, of Templeton Street, Wanga- ratta, and Miss Sylvia C. Reid, sec- ond daughter of Mrs James Reid,     of "Holbrook," Milawa. The cere- mony was performed by the Rev. Father Daggan. Only intimate   friends were present. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr Fred Reid. She wore a navy nerge tailor- made coat and skirt, and green pan velvet hat with mounts; she also wore a gold cable bangle, the gift of the bridegroom. She carried an ivory backed prayer book, the gift of Mrs Dunne. Miss M. Reid, sister   of the bride was bridesmaid, and   wore lime cloth dress touched with     tango, and lime coloured hat with tango mount. She wore a gold ba...

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DEPARTING RESIDENTS ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 April 1914

1I?,l'AUI'LN(C IlISIflIN'rNT ENTE'rI 'PTAIN El), At thle I,lbrary Iall, on Saturday oveniniii, Mr. allnd Mrs T'onic Shori (daln anid Mr. J. II. 1)oi4, were en t.erltained at a farewell Hucial, prior to tlheir departure for New South W\alei, where they I1Mve iequired an tAiulllSivo property. Mr'. J. . iii iwn occupied i he. chair, iiiil a la e ullIlllr of friends and well wishlers; wan pre1;ent, The followilng munlical progI r ol'llllll w\s contri)butedl:--()\vertureC Mitseis lrown and l Un1rdlier; solos; ly Mlissea II. Bheridan, i , MuAliece, V. Gard lner', IM. Johlinon, nlndl I Mes'rs C. L. lirown, \V. J, Illmue, IC. Wellilngton, and A. Wood; recitatioln by Mi\sses 1. We\llingt6n, A. 'rendergasiit, and Ninii Newth. At tlie colncludioni of thil concert prograinine nlln ldjolrnnenit wns madeo to thlie mppelr room, where the ladies hlad excelled tlihemselves in thli'r splentlid diisplay of edibles. 'The tabillc w'ire nicely detcorated with na profi'nion of Ilowerir nild tireenery, nnd...

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THE DIPLOMAT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 April 1914

THE DIPLOMAT. 1The Minister for Defence of tile Aius Stralian Conunonwealth has forward ed to the Imperial government a two-column protest against the de cision of the Admiralty to prepare for the concentration of the Imperial fleet at any point of real danger to the Empire. He protests that this is a departure from the agicemont on tered into between the Dominions and the Home Government in 1909, And he.does so on the plea that if tile battle cruisers of Australia are seat away the Pacitic is loft unprotectedl Mr., Winston Churchill, the First Lord of the Admiralty, has already given the assurance that the Pacific is protected by the British squad ron l?i the Ehst anld by the treaty with Jaljan. 8enitor Millonea's min ute, is written with the fussy heat of the "small pot, soon hot." In his eagerness to interpret the Aus traliaa national feeling he has not Ionly misinterpreted it, but has fal len into a. ridiculous contradiction of himself. He says: "One thing is clear; matters cann...

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TRIP TO QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 April 1914

TRIP TO QUEENSLAND   Mr John Wolstenholme, Milawa,   Mrs Wolstenholme, and their grand- son, Mr Ray Schulz (of Moyhu), are leaving by the Canberra on 22nd for Townsville on a holiday trip.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 April 1914

BEREAVEMENT NOTIOE, THE Father and Family of the late Mrs D. Ryan, Glenrowan,   return their sincere thanks to Rev. Father Byrne, P.P;, Father Healy and Father Duggan; also the Mis sionary Priest, Father Kelly, and Father Lawless, Rutherglen; not for getting Dr. Henderson and wife, and visits from many friends in our rec-- ent sad bereavement.   Wangaratta Chronicle, Published on WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY MORNINGS.       SATUIRDAY, 18th April, 1914.    

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PRESENTATION TO MR. DUGGLEBY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 April 1914

iPlh1'ENTA'lION 'I' 1411. 1)UG1 (1LidfY. Anniversary eervices were hIeld at the Methodi;t (Church on unday laIt. Iev. J. J. BIrown preached in the morning, and ev, J, T'1', l)ulg glely preached hi s farewell ilermon in the evening. Th'lere was a good at tenda('lae at thie mor0niing nervice, and in the evening the church wan pack ed, ()n 'l'ueday evening a public tea meetinlg and concert were held in the (?lourlt Ihlouse. 'Pihe hall wans decorat ctl llnd tihe tableh andl ediblel did great credit to thie Eldorado Metli ildlit Church ladi(ie:;--not the least in merit bIeinIg the aUnchelor's Tablie, which wlen lIrensided over by the single youlg menl of thle church. T'ea over, the hall wan cleared for the concert. Iev. J. J, 3Brown acted as (C',hairm1an, anl hia vereatility and w'it kellt everyone in good humlour aind tile whole proceedinag gojing withli dellightful vim from tarlt to iintlh, Ioth local, \YWangaratta and lleech wortlh lIerformner diil tlhelrselve' cre (lit with their var...

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GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

GR ETA. The annunal hall and supper ili colt nection with the (Greta Robert E1n nett Contingent took place in the Itanusonville hall on Friday night, and was attended by a record crowd, over sixty coupled liing present, v Sitort beIing noticable front all parts of! the itiuroimdling districlh. I xcel lenit lmltic ,til sup plied by lahier's fhtml, 'lthe , catering w\'m{ in the lhands of the ladic, who provided a hirrt-clss eupplr. 'T'he . loyhln .on tingent, \wal strongly represented. lThe dance will return a ithandsone prolit, f1UTHERGLEN, Mr. John (hray dlied o (i atiurday. lie wtlt 18 yearnt ofi age, anll hald re iided at llut.herglen for 2.; yea'rn. lI' leavetn t wife tand fou'r children, MrsA Ahton died in Mellourne onl Mondaly. She leaven a hubi;htldl atl tone child, On Haturday, about I o'clock, inl itedittely preceding the very heavy clap of thunder, ita fire hall fell at, the residence of Mr. ihg , thnnia, Mrs liennin had occnsion to go out on the back vertandah whenl the fi...

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FALSE REPRESENTATION. SAVINGS BANK ORDERS CASHED BUSINESS PEOPLE VICTIMISED. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

FALSE REPIRESENTATION. HAVING 8 hA,\NIK( Oltl)l,'H 1 CASIII ) 1US.IN1ESH-i PEO)1,l \ ICT'IAllSlI, 13efore Mr, J. Trotumn, J.1'., at the Wangar'atta Police Court on Haturday, 8ergeant lBckwith charg ed John Alo)uran with imposling onil Win, Frederick Ilhil, cashier at the N.I, Co-olperative Store, by a false ereesuentation in writing by which eans11 he obtained 01 money to the v'altue of 1.CI, Herg'teant Bleckwith inforned the Bleach that Mlo'ran had (e01 knock lug a(bout the town for some days an(d had[ o)btained money front vari ous )people Iby neats of Savings Mlnik orders, which were worthless, 'l'hese orders must hle plresented at the huank with the delpositors' paus book before they can he paid., On the 15th inst, MAlouran called at the Colmnaercial hlotel, where he n?at the licensee, Mr. H. Pri'k, and after it plausable introduction, which led up to ia drink, Morlou11 tendered ait Having 11ank order for C21, at the saol tim t telling the li(censee that to had just come from Sa...

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SOUTH WANGARATTA [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

SOUTH~ WANGAFINITA A hiea)vy itolin pa) c ove nVi i row striij of couuutry oil $at~urdy af tern oon w1.ivu iiltoiiiii of it ('oi WIial done1. A nice fill of iii)! oic OXLIJY. 'rue ba00k if th 1w m l(l RIiver in Mi I. 11. Ilaltou'ie jiiidotck tit, O~xiiy woe the owne ofi it happy gaitheinlg; oil l'ridhliy afteioouiii ithe event, l~eiiig the, liiiliil IliiiilA ;t lwihiy echiol picnlic. Nuijioouie irici'; for plii'. of thle day watt thle yoluig, laiiin jitcc which was wlt lby Nlie~ I. leti'iiii'lN wit h Mica ll. Inlolin iei'iniii luuth'i leitiuie pive the hel boiih ite

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS EVANS & LANGLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

AU(CTIONEERS' REPORTS EVANS & LANGILAN)DS Evans and Ianglalttnda repolrt hay-.. ing held a special tale of sitock at Mooroe' yardhs, Myrtleford, oi li'i daty last, 17th imnt.., when they yard ed a large naoiher of fat and tore cattle, to at large attedaince (of hnyel. 'T'he demand wan keen throughoult, and we practically sold theI whole of our big yarding, at pric teen satisfactory to veld lor. \We Wolfd drafI t of st.ock for the follVow ing vendors:--.Meat;I''I it. Spe( rce, ,. Roche, J. later, I'. (Co? sdins, J1. (Comerford, \W. Maluntnery, J). CoInInl ly, I, 11fh, JI. f-lealy, A, We aton, h. F1'erguson, ,1. O'Hullivan, 1t ,1 , M Ic Donald, (1. Motnaglhan, W.' J. ('art ieIt,, Moore ]lron., 1". I)aidan, W. l''ler ion, (1, McleKiblbon, Al. Iawhler, ,. IV4 ant, J, Fletcher, (. i'ro)mley, '1T. l?.LS a , J. J|ohnion, ,I. Mdu'her 1on, '1'. Willoughby, (;, Morley, J. .1. (!leland, i, Anger, I. l)u clnan, IP. Power and Il 1,13 awler.

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DISCOVERY DAY AT THE STATE SCHOOL. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

DISC(OV1'tY )DAY Al '1'1119 ,TA'P1' 801 1001t, (To the Editor of C"he (hroniele,") H-ir,---Friday net hell;g trho day tret apart, by the Ihducation I)ptalrt 'meit for tho 'elehratrion of I)i;;i' - cry Day, it it] the inte ntion of the Hehool [Staii anud (Conuniittce to nimke the evenrt tit fittinu;g ta po?,ilible, 'uuitahle addhresieut, etc.. will be giveni by prominenit towntupeople, A hearty initlation i extenduled to panrents and towninpeople to itnl. ll, itlll tihe cota - ri4ittee, who Will be in attidalaice, wviii hie pletited to wehollie all wxhi) iiare to ble piereelt, The aiirhi ;tie:; will be deliveredl at 3 o'clock,-. Thanking; you, I remain, yotur't tin. cerely, W. II. 1E1WAVltil;, (torrepotle!nt.,

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. p)i 1101111 A)Xp1'el11wd by 0ou1 (iorrell.

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